Updating statistics sql 2016 r2


SQL Server Replication provides multi-faceted data movement capabilities across SQL Server releases which has been used by customers across the globe for a large number of years.When moving from one major release of SQL Server to another, replication topology upgrade has been a constant topic of lengthy discussions." below If you are running your SQL Server instance to be upgraded on Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2, then you will need to perform a side-by-side upgrade of the distributor first to Windows Server 2012 R2 or Windows Server 2016 before upgrading to SQL Server 2016.

The distributor could be on the publisher or subscriber or a remote distributor.

If rowchg is greater than 5 % then the index is elgible for update statistics./*Based on the above result from Select statement, Im generating update statistics statements using while loop.

Final execution part looks like Row Cnt 5000000UPDATE STATISTICS [dbo].[test] [IX_test] WITH SAMPLE 50 PERCENT, INDEX, NORECOMPUTE;else UPDATE STATISTICS [dbo].[test A] [IX_test A] WITH FULLSCAN, INDEX, NORECOMPUTE; Question : Im wondering if Im doing everything correct or is this the best approach of updating statistics across all databases */The problen with this solution is I have to update tables even if there is no activity on the table.

A SQL Server 2008/R2 publisher/subscriber cannot have a SQL Server 2016 publisher/subscriber.

Intermediate In-place upgrade to SQL Server 2012/2014 of publisher or subscriber The other server in the publisher/subscriber pair can then be upgraded to SQL Server 2016 OR Side-by-side upgrade will require the upgrade of publisher and subscriber to happen together and requires a re-setup of the publisher/subscriber pairs Intermediate in-place upgrade to SQL Server 2012/2014 for the publisher which is acting as the distributor also The subscriber can be upgrade to SQL Server 2016 post the intermediate publisher upgrade : In-place upgrade would need to occur for both publisher and subscriber at the same time as publisher and subscriber need to be within two major releases.

GOSELECT OBJECT_NAME([id])as tblname, as idxname, SCHEMA_NAME(Schema_ID)as schemaname, SI.rowcnt as Row Cnt, CAST(((SI.rowmodctr*1.0/isnull(nullif(SI.rowcnt,0),1))*100) AS INT) as Row Chg FROM dbo. -- " CAST(((SI.rowmodctr*1.0/isnull(nullif(SI.rowcnt,0),1))*100) AS INT)" gives rowchg.

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